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Ebell Club of Los Angeles Collection: Finding Aid
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Box 1

Boxed materials

Folder 1

Coffin, Bertha Lindley. Charter Members: Notes of an Interview of Mrs. William M. Kinney [after 1936]. 2 items. Includes notes of the minutes for November 8, 1894.

Folder 2

Ebell Club of Los Angeles. The Ebell: [minute book] (1894-1895). 9 items. Includes 4 typed transcriptions, 1 acceptance notice, 1 letter head, 1 microfilm and 1 set of meeting minutes.

Folder 3

Ebell Club of Los Angeles. Minutes of the General Meetings of The Ebell of Los Angeles: [minute book] (1895-1899). 3 items. Includes 1 note and 1 letter from Mrs. Douglas A. Macneil to Ebell Club, dated August 27, 1897.

Folder 4

Merrill, Mattie H. The Ebell of Los Angeles: Its Methods and Aim: [essay] [1895]. 2 items. Includes typed copy.

Folder 5

Morgan, Julia, 1872-1957. Specifications for Rest Cottage, Ebell Club, Los Angeles, California (1922). 1 item. Fragile. Cover torn and pieces missing.

Folder 6

Ephemera: Miscellaneous. (1904-1963). 7 items. Two items in Oversize.

Consists of a photocopy of typescript list of location of historical records and memorabilia of the Ebell Club, June 30, 1959; a photocopy of a page listing Ebell meeting places and clubhouses; an election ticket for the election of club officers, 1904-1905; an invitation to visit the Library of Ebell of Los Angeles; and a program for the Seventh Annual Meeting, Los Angeles District, C.F.W.C., November 19-21, 1907, at The Woman’s Club House, Monrovia, California.
Folder 7

Event Programs (1904-1922). 4 items.

Folder 8

Magazine (1930, May). 1 item.

Folder 9

Monthly Program (1904-1983). 6 items.

Folder 10

Pamphlets (1906). 2 items.

Folder 11

Scrapbook (1928-1983). 5 items.

Oversize folder 1

Oversize materials

Consists of a colorized photograph of a house, with "Mrs. Walter E. Barrett" handwritten on verso, and an empty photograph folder from the Edward S. Curtis Studio with a note saying it held a photo of Mrs. Samuel Cary Dunlap.